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Old 01-12-2011, 04:18 PM
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Discussions and rants promoting a particular company should be posted in the Company Reviews forum, there are obvious concerns from members about what appear to be promotional activities for that company and their products.

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As Moderator ... I am going to move this to a BASIC forum. I see no real technical merit to this thread.

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Sorry. I certainly dont mean to promote or rant about a product. I am simply asking for feedback if any one has experience with the particular line of lubricants much like many other threads containing many other products and manufacturers. I was not expecting a beat down. At this time I would prefer you delete this thread. Thank you.
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